My Site linking to User Profile Sync Application

I am currently setting up a SharePoint 2010 farm running on Windows 2008 R2.  I am having trouble getting the User profile sync application working correctly.  Most of the instructions out there on the internet walk you through these main steps:
- create the my site application
- create the site collection
- create a new user profile application service
- provision\start the service
- run an import

Upon completion I now have two user profile application services, the default and the new one I just created.  I don't have a problem provisioning the new application service or running an import.  That works as designed.

My problem is that when a user clicks on My Site links for the first time the profile is created in the original user profile application.  So essentially I have one application where all the My Sites are being created and one where all the profile information is being imported.

Is this correct?
If so, why is user information is not showing up correctly on My Site profiles (full name, etc)?
If I try to configure the default user profile service I am unable to provision the service.
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Justin SmithSr. System EngineerCommented:
Did you intend to have two?

If not, start over.  Delte them both, walk through the process again.  I'm guessing you ran the wizard after you installed, which created a default UPS, then you created another one.

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DouglasMurphyAuthor Commented:
Good thought - I did indeed run the wizard after install, creating the ups.  I deleted them both and started a new one.  Services start up fine, again, and imports complete.  Profiles still do not contain data from active directory.

I'm currently troubleshooting a FIM error with a the 'Extensible Connectivity' management agent.  I can browse the data using miisclient.exe found in SharePoint directory.

I'm going to try this again tomorrow and will update once I know more.
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